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televisions in canada, so we were catching the breeze from what was coming up from down here watching the conventions, and for the past two years, everyone announcing their candidacy for the president of the united states, and 10 -- so we've seen your candidates, and, frankly, they scare the shit out of us, so we thought canada would be a great candidate for president so we are running canada to be the president of the united states. not brian, not the canadian government, but the people because we love america, we love our big brother, we want to help. we're here to help, all right? we did a campaign video in january, went viral, about a half million views in the first two weeks, thrilled with that, got a lot of media, cnn, bbc, a lot of acronyms, and so we took off, did another couple videos, build a steady stream of followers, liked our message, and thins we had to say, and three weeks later, there was a book deal, and this is what we wrote "america, but better." i'll turn it over to brian, he's the beautiful face of canada representing 33 million of your close friends, brothers, a
in 1996. they did a study and said look, hand guns, okay. a little stricter than here, not so much. canada, 60 days to obtain a firearm there. they put you through hoops. you got to jump through hoops all over the place. would either australia or canada, the data there, 'cause much lower gun homicide rate in both of those countries -- would that convince you at all? >> well, no, because in australia, while it went down immediately after the ban, what happened subsequently is it went back up again. >> not according to the andrew lee of the national university there, who studied ten years homicides fell 59% and suicides 65%. so that's the latest study out of there. >> well, more recent data shows that, in fact, it's coming way back up again. people are also using other weapons to commit crimes if australia as well. >> you know as well as i do that -- in australia, here it's 3.3%. no matter what you do with the stats, it's way below us in australia. that's just a fact. >> that is a fact. but the united states is a whole lot of reasons why we have the violent crime, not just with guns, but oth
in the rockies. this is a snow line. it's pretty much right along the border of canada. it's hard to find snow in the great lakes and northern new england which is very rare for this time of year. temperatures are much colder. 20 degrees colder on the east coast. we've warmed it up in the midwest. the wind chills will get you something from boston northward where the wind chills are in the teens. in the plains we've warmed it up. as far as bad weather, light rain out there. some snow showers heading through areas of northern wisconsin and northern minnesota. overall, it's an inactive day today. after the cold start new england will warm up to the 40s. that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. we will see a little bit of a chance of rain in the pacific north west. salt lake city, utah, a chance of showers. 49. boston again, very cold afternoon. people in the northeast, you know, we kind of get spoiled with the warm temps. this morning is reality. >> yeah, exactly. we knew it was coming. it's december. we'll take it. bill, thanks so much. >>> t
of work? move to canada. it is drilling and they are hiring, let's hope that washingt is listening and learning. tom: oh, canada, oh, boy, alberta energy minister saying that canada is looking for workers down here, because they don't have enough workers up there. >> we need workers with the skills. tom: lay field energy ceo said that the u.s. should learn from canada, john? >> look we're the only developed country in the world without an energy policy. we don't know where a pipeline would fit in, we don't know where fracking sits in. we don't know where a fleet of naturallal gas automobiles fit in we have no energy policy, we need to be able to get our resources at home, we need to have the epa to quit being political and make a ruling on horizon fracking and drilling, is it safe, whatever it is to continue to get that like canada getting. tom: now lisa jackson is going out, but it has been very political now they will chae people at the top. you have to be dreaming if you don't think that the epa is about politics? >> i am agreeing with you 100%. i hope our president will insist
in oil production, not just in canada from the oil sends, but obviously in the united states and that's fueling the need for more and more pipeline capacity. at the end of the day, connecting these markets from growing supply, with refinery markets and demand markets means ultimately lower fuel prices for consumers. >> let's talk about that, if we were to use natural gas as a surface vehicle fuel and we got all the oil that you're talking about to the refineries, do we see a world where we could have gasoline back to $2.50? >> well, i'm not sure about $2.50, jim, ultimately the price of oil is determined on the world market, so we're probably going to be aways away from 2.50, but what you will see is better connectivity between supply and deman. >> how does your business work, let's say a bunch of guys wanted to the railroads, a bunch of guys wanted to do pipe. how come it's going to end up being you and how do you beat up the other guys. >> although rail is a very good interim solution in that it gets product to market very quickly, ultimately we feel that the lowest cost transport f
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affect canada or other neighboring countries? question i would love to be able to say that things are very different in canada, but i can you -- cannot. there are definitely more people. you can have all the goodwill in the world. but if you deny do anything about it, it does not produce anywhere ahead. climate change brings up issues that are in the american psyche, things like taxation, government control, and people thinking back to 1976 when you hear words like that. so i think there is a very different culture in canada, working together, more of a communal ideas. so i believe we have less of schools to overcome where independents is something that is ingrained since we were born. >> there is significant resistance here in the u.s., but also elsewhere. let's talk about some of the personal attacks. in your book, you wrote to strides in newton and his e- mails had been dissected. use that to say that you were doing parlor tricks the you were not really trying to do. there was a famous saying who once gave me shorelines. unfortunately, when you look at the jargon that we use, i
there is a storm system. the center of the energy it is in canada. at the moment, tail end of the storm is producing moisture in the great lakes but not much further south. when it comes into the area it will lay here for awhile. it will lead the big rainmaker, but it will pester us, and that does not mean we will have rain, but the threat will hang over our heads. today, visually, the nicest day. lots of sunshine. 49 is the average high. we are on target. number wind will be light. on the bay, east becoming southeast. a light breeze. a wonderful chop. they-area temperatures in the mid-to-upper-40. . here is the insta-weather futurecast. dry conditions offshore. activity to the southwest. stuff begins to close in on us by tomorrow. tomorrow morning, elements of the first weather system coming in. a chance for a little rain shower activity according to this computer model. others have it coming later. they all agree on the trend of increasing rain chances. it is a matter of timing. we will go for the morning. then, that passes, and most of the rain by friday evening will be north or sout
have a certain self-image. canada, americans think of canada as a semi french socialist market. total governmenent spending in canada is about 42% of gdp. is now 41% in the united states commits of the difference between the sturdy, manley republic of limited government and self-reliance citizens and the semi french monarchy is actually just down to 1%. we actually spend, government spends more per citizen on the average american than the french government does in the average frenchman. lou: i think you're being unfair to americans. we think of quebec, but certainly not all of canada, and more of our refuge. reach extreme. >> they're building a maple curtain. you better get there soon. lou: as we ok at what is happening, bill archer is talking about $86 trillion in unfunded liabilities as we cannot manage even e 16 trillion in debt or consecutive years of italian dollar eficits, brought to us by george w. bush, and all fairness. >> well, i think the point here is that when people make coarisons, comparisons are relevant because you can run the numbers ansay in terms of gdp -- relatio
of canada. it was certainly a lot of snow. there is another weather system working its way across the rockies. there is winter weather as we go through monday. this whole system than is marking its way up towards the eastern part as we go into tuesday. there will be rain, and that would drag down temperatures. the rest is quite quiet at the moment. about eight degrees. further south, showers pushing in. you can see these here, pushing down towards panama. this is the way it should stay for us through cuba, as well, as a go into monday and tuesday. meanwhile, further south, showers. as we go through monday, we will see plenty of them in the northern parts of argentina. behind it, it will turn a lot fresher. the turkish prime minister says the war in syria will soon be over. there are refugee camps on the border. protesters in india have been calling for harsher outcomes. they have been in the capital. they gathered in new delhi over the death of a 22-year-old gang rape victim. they have been charged with murder after she died from her injuries. she had been receiving medical attent
with a powerful cold pystem from canada-ttat slammed the northeast. sandy made llndfall in south jersey- in late october, flooding beach communittes,, suumerginn highways, and pashing iconicboardwalks into york cityys downtown skyllne in breezy point, queens.. homes went p in ffamee. areeasof loog island, staten isllnd, filled with claimed at least 100 lives and channed thelandssape of the latera"a& anothhr blowa"aa& - when the area was lanketed by snow, sleet,and rain from a nor'easter.on cam tagaccording to fema, viscious heat avs, wildfires, huuriianes, and sevvre storms will cost this year aloneemore than 100 billion dllars in rrpair costgs. in new york- 'm meteorologist jancie dean, fox news. cominn up in our 6 o'clockk dooe.the reports that britney spears is getting kkcked off the "x faator" afterrher firrt year on the job. ((break 3)) hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen si
. one of the reasons we lose jobs as we have an income tax of 35% on our corporatioos. canada is 15%. europe and the loo 20's. money goes where is welcome, and money and jobs are falling to other countries. we will have to change our tax had to make it more as the double the business. lou: as always. good to talk with you. much more on the fiscal cliff, the negotiations that went to college. we will take that up with the "a-team" and throughout the broadcast tonight. arabs bring to winter of discootent. chemical weapons, iranian nukes, tens of thousands protesting ease of snow is dictated. is u.s. intervention next? carl oliver north joins us in moments. runaway spending, our national debt top $16 trillion. who is doing the math? my next guest says it is all worse than people no. former house ways and means committee chairman bill archer after the break. this family used capital one venture miles to come home for the holidays. that's double miles you can actuallyse... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got "blacked out." [ brother ] but it's the family party! really jingles
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of the institute for citizenship and disabilities, she became a recognized expert in canada. for developing social networks, social innovation, citizenship, and turning around the world of those that are disabled. she is the founder and ceo of of the personal network. she has been focusing her skills best to deliver personal networks,, she has done a tremendous amount of things. she has done so many things, i need a calculator to add them all up. the idea is that she is an expert on building personal networks and coming up with things that will work for you that will change your lives. give a warm welcome to vicki camack. [applause] >> good morning, everyone. what an amazing venue to hold this event, i have already seen a wedding here. i thought that only happened in movies. what an incredible city that you live in. the division of people who are putting something together where san francisco will be the most connected city in the world. the force behind what they are putting together, when they talk about connections for everyone, they really mean everyone. there are true inspiration for me, fell
's with unis in beijing coming up on this show. shares in hong kong hovering around a ten-month high. canada said yes do a $10 billion takeover. elsewhere, the nikkei finished just a touch hire. expect revised third quarter gdp showing the economy is back in recession. exporters lost ground after china's trade data, but retailing gained momentum after nomura raised its price target. in south korea, gainers were offset by ship builders. the kospi finished flat. india's sensex is on the move underperforming the region lower by .2%. back to you, kelly. >> thank you very much for that. stick around, because strayed ahead on the program, china's new member trade data comes in far weaker than expected. is it a one off or does this threaten the mainland's economic progress? we'll have plenty more when we come back. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express ecember 22nd for christmas delivery. >>> the next of wto trade disputes has t
of buffalo. these storms in the winter that track up into canada drag warmer air to the east coast. that's why we're not worried about a big snow or ice storm on the eastern seaboard. it's going to be warm enough for severe thunderstorms, maybe damaging hail and wind. watching areas of alabama and northern georgia. twa warm air up the east coast. all the cold air has been stored up towards alaska, fairbanks, all the way up towards central canada. the door has now been opened. the cold blast has made it down to texas. there's snow flurries not far away from areas like dallas this morning. as far as new england this goes, if you're traveling in the state of maine right now you have to deal with snow and freezing rain. that's the only spot where the cold air is holding on. it's turned to rain in portland and even rain in upstate, new york. it's plenty warm. it will be wet for yourself this morning. as far as the green bay area goes, minneapolis, just some light snow flurries this morning. we're not worried about that. further to the south, there is some rain out there pittsburgh south wrds.
as the central banks of canada, britain and switzerland. the leaders agreed to extend the foreign currency liquidity swap by one year. the arrangement was set to expire next february. the bank of japan whether to join the plan at the policy meeting next week. it was introduced last november when commercial banks had trouble getting money from the markets due to the european credit concerns. the bank leaders say their decision shows they're taking all possible measures to ease global financial strains. >>> more business headlines for you next hour. here's a check on markets. >>> north korea's state-run media say the country's media oversaw the highly publicized launch this week. others say it was actually a long-range ballistic missile test. they say kim jong-un ordered the launch of the satelte a 8:00 a.m. on wednesday. he's then seen clapping his hands in celebration at what seems to be the control center in pyongyang. following the launch kim said the north must put more satellites into orbit to develop its if he can nolg and stimulate the economy. the north's media was broadcasting foot
. canada, denmark, norway, russia are among the countries competing for the resources. we accompanied a danish icebreaker on its journey to the north pole. the expedition includes scientists who are hoping to find evidence to support their claim to the region. >> in august, some sunshine and clouds revealed the full might of mother nature in a special way. the conditions nature creates are likely to be the biggest challenge for 45 researchers on board the icebreaker. the danish government has commissioned the geologists' to find out if a seabed in as part of the arctic is part of greenland's landmass and therefore belongs to the kingdom of denmark. christian leads the expedition. in his homeland, he is one of the most experienced specialists in his field. >> we want to get to the north pole because if our hypothesis is correct, then that area belongs to us because one of the largest submarine mountain ranges belongs to us. we are looking for evidence to claim a larger area. all the way over to russia. >> the rich extends northward across the sea floor from greenland and the north pole
, this is the snow depth in the united states and canada. you can see much of northern half of the u.s. toward canada, you have snow on the ground. actually, into some of the higher elevations in the rockies, 50 to 100 millimeters, isolated areas will see more than that. really widespread snowfall has been seen here and that's a really quick way to look at it. and it will stay on the ground. why? cold air diving in from the north. houston, you were seeing a high at mid-20s, now 8 on your wednesday. as we take a look over toward europe, continuing to see a low-pressure system moving across the british isles. bringing us heavy rain and icing conditions in portions of the uk. seeing slippery roads out here, also gusty winds pushing off toward the low country, also seeing heavy rainfall and into the alpine regions, winds gusting up to right around 100 kilometers per hour could be expected here, plus heavy snowfall. the good news outside of the mountains, temperatures for your high temperatures on your thursday are going to be mild here. london, a high of 8. paris, up to 11. look at rome and athens, both
's sports. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, diapers? this toddler has been hitti the slopes in canada, buildg hi >>> who says you can't snowboard and still be in diapers? this toddler has been sitting the slopes in canada, building his skills and a fan base. pacifier and all. yes. here it comes. he's only 18 months old. and he's a bit too young for the 2014 winter olympics but his family is no doubt quite proud already. he already snowboards better than i do. i'm hoping i can take him on skis, but i'm not quite sure. isn't that amazing? >> great. >> all right. so tomorrow, raiders get a new quarterback? >> terrelle pryor. we'll see what happens. it will be fun to see him. a lot of raider fans want to see what he can do. >> all right. and he will be playing in? >> tomorrow is partly cloudy. you can put away the umbrellas one more day. quickly, the next couple of days, rain possible on monday. light rain. >> keep that umbrella handy. >> thanks for watching. we'll see you back here tomorrow at 5:30. ,,,,,,,, thanks, mom. this is a perfect first job for him. first job? i think you're look
video shows what appears to be a golden eagle swooping down on a child in canada and trying to fly away. though the child was dropped from the air, it wasn't hurt. golden eagles are one of the largest birds in north america. kills me to look at that. >>> two women sue over an extremely public cavity search caught on dash cam. >>> and the instagram controversy gets heat the. >>> and a jail break from 20 stories up. you're watching "first look." [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> some stories making news this morning. there's a huge manhunt under way for two bank robbers who made a daring escape from downtown chicago's high-rise jail. they squeezed through a narrow window and scaled down about 12 stories using a makeshift rope and made their getaway. >>> michigan republican gover
tolerable. >> the spirit of helping others is warming the souls in the cold city of winnipeg canada. the gift that kept on giving at a drive through. >> reporter: 83 is nice and clear here in hunt valley. i will let you know what traffic looks like object 9 -- on 95 and beltway coming up on good morning maryland. >>> 4:41. we have something important to tell you. parents with babies listen to. this four major retailers are recalling a baby key line -- recliner called the nap nanny. there's been 92 records of babies hanging -- reports of babies hanging or falling out of the recliner. consumer product safety commission says retailers are issuing the recall because the manufacturer is unwilling or unable to participate. the product was recalled in 2010 after one reported death. >>> traveling during the winter months can be a lot more treacherous than in the summertime. but abc2 news karin caifa is working to show you the apps to make the travel more smooth. >> reporter: frozen runways, mounting snow, winter travel can get messy and all it takes is a snowstorm in one part of the country
throughout the country. now all the cold air up in canada and alaska has rushed to the south behind the storm. most of the snow was over with. light stuff and flurries minneapolis, green bay, light snow left for you. but the big story is the cold air that's behind this. if you're shoveling or snowplowing, it's miserable. the storm is heading east. instead of going due east or redeveloping off the coast, it's heading to quebec. it's dragging warm air up the eastern seaboard. it's only extreme northern portions of vermont, new hampshire, and all of the state of maine that we have to deal with ice and snow during the morning. i think maine especially around augusta, i-95, you'll have to deal with the possibility of a lot of sleet, too, mixed in. rain further to the south. we had strong thunderstorms along this front yesterday through the midwest. now we just got showers in pittsburgh southward. there are thunderstorms this morning down here. northern mississippi, northern alabama, across the heart of tennessee. that's where you'll get downpours on this front. even further south through louisiana
of eau de pizza ut. it smells like a fresh pizza -- it is only available in canada. the good news, you get to save your money. probably some of the same if he does linger a bit too long at your local pizza joint. it can be rough for college kids unless you decide to distress -- de-stress. this is the puppy room at a university in canada. it has become so popular that the school started actually bringing students over to the spca to boost their gpa by walking shelter dogs. you can teach a old dog new tricks -- they provided this video where they trade three dogs to drive a car. start the car, break, and steer . the trainers did it to show people just what rescue dogs are capable of. weather11:00 in forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> it is getting chilly at their -- it is going to be called tomorrow. it will not stick around for long. normal december temperatures. you can almost see the cold on the satellite radar composite -- snow showers going from lake ontario and clouds pushing into new england. we are getting chilly here. a little bit of cloud cover and a breeze ho
of quebec, canada, you think of, i don't know, croissants, coffee. one thing you don't think of is rodeo events, but apparently that exists. this is a rodeo school that happens in quebec, canada. apparently, they are freestyle rodeoers. nobody is riding this bull. this is the end of a class and nobody wanted to take this bull on, except this guy in the white shirt who said he's always up for a fight. at first he's doing a good job, but then -- it looks like the guy pops up right away, without any serious injuries. looks like he's okay. >> he did pop up and ran away, like he should have done when the bull was released. >> who is this crazy? well, we got an answer, he's 22 years old, max duffy, and he's joining us right this minute. first of all, what were you training for in this instant? >> like you said, rodeo school. nobody would take the bull, so i said, okay, i'll try to freestyle with him. but as you saw, it was not like it was supposed to be. >> freestyle rodeo, what is that? i know you're not riding the bill. >> no, no one riding. it's a rodeo clown. >> so this bull got you with i
, almost all of that money comes back to us. we have no better trading partner than canada. nafta has increased the trading capacity of mexico. it has gone somewhere from the 40% range and a growing and, -- 57 neighborhood to the high 40's to the mid-70s's now, and they are quickly catching up with canada. when you buy energy in north america, they give you the money back. that was a lot to solve the problems. if you make your position better as a nation, suddenly, your numbers begin to where they need to be relative to the rest of the economy. >> you said this is one of the most important issues facing america. why do you think it is such an important issue? >> transportation and the availability, the means to get there, what we do with it, it is without a question in my mind, being a marine and an infantry officer, it is the most important problem facing the united states for several reasons. first, i do not believe that the american public truly understands the transportation in the availability of the resources to solve the problem. -- the transportation problem and the availabili
corporatios. canadas 15%. europe and te loo 20's. money goes where iswelcome, and money and jobs are falling to other countries. we will have to change our tax had to make it more as the double the business. lou: as always. goo talk wit ou. much more on the fiscal cliff, the negotiations that wt to college. we will take that up wit the "a-team" and throughout the broadcast tonight. arabs brg to winter of discootent. chemical wapons, iranian nukes, tensf thousands protesting ease of snow is dictated. is u.s. intervention next? carl oliver north joins us in moments. runaway spending, our natinal debt top $16 trillion. whis doing the math? my next gest says it is all rse than people no. former house ways and means committee chairman bill archer aftethe break. ligations, but obligatio. i need trethink the core omy portfolio. what i really need is slee introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call-800-ishares for a prospectus which incdes investment objectives, risks, cha and expens
am move to go canada. >> peter: she put up a fake statement on facebook and said she is not going to go appoint him because he once slapped a baby with pup parker county which is not true. that was her attempt at humor. they have floated the name of jimmy sanford. >> the brazil an bomb shell. >> they asked jim demint about how he felt about jimmy sanford and he said she would be great. it might happen. >> wow. that would be the ultimate f.u wouldn't it. >> that announcement has to come soon. >> south carolina, i don't know how anything could, you know peter? >> trust me. i don't hold my head up high. >> bill: sean out in oakland, california. susan rice, what do you think? >> bill, i am so pissed and disappointed in this president. i can't believe that he caved once again. he was so weak and i'm sorry i voted for this man because he has no spine whatsoever. lindsey graham or john mccain? really? i'm sorry i voted for this man. >> bill: don't be sorry you voted for him. i think this is a fight he could have won. i think it's a wishfight he should h
to canada. and that's where the cold air is. cool tonight, then here comes the warm air with the clouds. another front approaching us. scattered shower activity possible through the weekend. saturday again. ask probably sunday and monday, a chance. south wind the, 5 to 10 knots. today, increasing clouds, low around thon to about 36 in the city. -- 31 to about 36 in the city. a little rain showers in the afternoon. and a chance of a little rain. we're not talking about a lot of stuff, in the evening hours on your friday. so we'll warm up, but with that, we bring clouds and shower activity. >> we're still on that roller coaster, bob. don't miss tonight's cbs primetime lineup. it's another episode of the new hit show, elementary. then stay tuned for eyewitness news at 11:00. >>> don't forget, you can see the battle of the beltway, redskins and ravens live at 1:00, here on wjz 13. then be sure to stay tuned for the special post game coverage. marty bass, wally williams. stan and i will bring you the reaction and a lot of football talk right after the ga
see any room for fire to expand into canada. i think there's a great group in canada. my only thing is i think the death of a nonprofit caused them to spread too thin. as a people ask if we want to do work in high schools. i don't want fire to expand to anything other than working on american campuses and the free speech of conscious issues because i think that we have our effectiveness. what can canada desperately needs to fire and if anybody wants to start a canadian fire, i am happy to get behind them and push. >> i go to sarah lawrence college and one with not so great free speech. >> you get a lot of free money. [laughter] >> i wanted to ask you specifically about as a reason for censorship. people will bring up the fact free-speech may be triggering the things that have gone through dramatic incidences' of the gender or the race that could be offended by certain dramatic incidences' and that is put forth as a reason for censorship. >> i haven't run into that argument that often and i usually make fun of denver cities where the lack of creativity is coming up with excuses. the
cafes in u.s., mexico and canada. >>> a new government commission report finds that exporting the nation's new found surplus of natural gas would do the nation good citing the overall economic boost would outweigh higher domestic prices. >>> and economics team at virginia's lynchburg college crunched the numbers and found if the nation goes over the fiscal cliff, high income californians would beat out new yorkers and hawaiians for the potential highest tax rate at nearly 52%. >>> forbes is out with the 2012 most powerful people list. president obama held on to the top spot for a second year. the pope climbed two notches from last year. he is in fifth place. facebook's ceo mark zuckerburg went to number 25. former president clinton held on to number 50. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams sit down with tim cook. by the way, he's number 35 on the forbes list. >> finally, no, this is no joke. pizza hut in canada sent more than 100 bottles of pizza cented perfume to facebook fans. the fragrance boasts freshly baked hand tossed dough. >>> some optimistic news in the fight against bre
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